1. Album Art

    Lush Life by John Coltrane from Lush Life (1960, Prestige) album

    track #4

    John Coltrane, tenor sax

    Donald Byrd, trumpet

    Red Garland, piano

    Earl May / Paul Chambers, bass

    Louis Hayes / Albert Heath / Art Taylor, drums

    Recorded in New York (May 31 and August 16, 1957; and January 10, 1958)

    Title
    Lush Life
    Artist
    John Coltrane
    Album
    Lush Life

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